Watch out for the animals that died when the Amazon forest was visited by the 'firewoman'

More than 9,000 large and small forest fires in many parts of the Amazon rainforest have made Brazil public. Cities were covered in haze from forest fires, and many wild animals were also burned.

Forest fires raging in the Amazon rainforest for 17 days. In Brazil alone, the number of fires reached a record number this year, with more than 9,000 fires discovered by the Space Research Center (INPE) of Brazil.

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Satellite images of the Brazilian Space Research Center show that forest fires destroyed a record area of ​​nearly 73,000 hectares in 2019, mainly in the Amazon jungle, which is considered 'leaf'. lungs of the planet '.

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